Distance to city centre
|"Great food and brilliant staff."||(in 77 reviews)|
|"Good breakfast and excellent dinner."||(in 67 reviews)|
|"Staff were super friendly and helpful."||(in 21 reviews)|
|"The swimming pool was not available"||(in 10 reviews)|
|"Car park to small."||(in 15 reviews)|
|"Trains going past."||(in 2 reviews)|
Nice family atmosphere
friendly, efficient staff and excellent food - breakfast, high tea (up to 7pm) and bar snacks (up to 9pm) are are as good as you'll get. Formal a la carte menu very good but expensive. Reception staff and restaurant staff outstanding. Bar area very informal and enjoyable, relaxing with helpful, attentive staff. Bar prices (including meals) very good.
Stayed in a twin room with my son. Room clean and functional but dated with tiny TV. Bathroom very dated. Beds were small singles and very, very soft/squeaky mattresses - the beds would be the main reason I would think twice about returning. Also at £88/night B&B for a twin room I think the hotel is a bit overpriced - £75/night would be about right.
THe staff were excellent as was the food.
Leisure facilities for changing were poor as was the fact that there was no attendant overseeing the pool or 'mini' gym.
Every single member of staff was polite friendly and helpful. The food was excellent and the facilities perfect. We felt relaxed and would definitely return.
We only stayed the one night and found it to be a nice clean and friendly hotel with staff only too happy to help you. We eat out in town but if we stay again we will eat in as the food looked great and the smells from the restaurant were mouth watering. Breakfast was fantastic with plenty fresh fruit and a large fry up if you wanted it.
We were woken up at just after 6:30 with a constant drumming noise that lasted around 20 mins, spoke to staff and was told they were having problems with heating system and they could not apologize enough and hoped it didn't spoil the stay. Have to say it did not as we have a young son who gets up at that time most mornings anyway. We were aware of the traffic noise when we first went to the room but what do you expect from a hotel in a town so no real problem.
Cosy atmosphere and relaxing environment. Complimentary glass of wine and bathrobe were not expected but very welcome.
Staff serving the morning breakfast was not very attentive.
Food was exellent value 4 money
Not enough parking places
A 10-minute walk from Broughty Ferry Railway Station, The Hotel Broughty Ferry has a convenient setting, making it an ideal base when in Dundee. It also provides an indoor pool and a sauna.
This 4-star hotel offers a 24-hour reception, babysitting/child services and an airport shuttle. A gym can be readily accessed by guests wanting to keep up their exercise regimes while travelling.
There are 16 cosy rooms at The Hotel Broughty Ferry Dundee, each offering all the essentials to ensure a comfortable stay. Hot drinks can be made with the provided coffee and tea supplies.
The Hotel Broughty Ferry's in-house restaurant provides an ideal option for those preferring to dine in. Alternatively, there is a large selection of international restaurants close by.
The Hotel Broughty Ferry Dundee is surrounded by the area's well-known tourist attractions, nightlife and shops, and Broughty Castle is within walking distance. University of Dundee is in close proximity to the property.
Policies vary by room type and provider.
The Hotel Broughty Ferry is located at 16 West Queen Street, 5,8 km from the centre of Dundee. Claypotts Castle is the closest landmark to The Hotel Broughty Ferry.
Check-in time is 14:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at The Hotel Broughty Ferry.
Yes, The Hotel Broughty Ferry offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, The Hotel Broughty Ferry offers free parking.
No, The Hotel Broughty Ferry does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Hotel Broughty Ferry is 9,1 km from Dundee. The Hotel Broughty Ferry is 65,2 km from Edinburgh Turnhouse.
No, pets are not allowed at The Hotel Broughty Ferry.
No, The Hotel Broughty Ferry does not have a pool on-site.